30 Relationships: Social Media to Face to Face – Simple, Yet Powerful

Don Kincaid Profile From Friends' Images

My image made from my twitter friends' profiles.

Over the Christmas holiday, I highlighted  30 of my many twitter relationships that moved to face-to-face relationships in 2011.

This is power of social media. Finding common ground through online conversations which lead to people helping people. Ultimately these relationships  define our personal brand.

I encourage you to look through these tweets and get to know those you haven’t met. I bet you’ll be happy you did.

One request: Share a comment about someone we should meet in 2012.

Looking forward to your thoughts!

- Don Kincaid

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4 Responses to 30 Relationships: Social Media to Face to Face – Simple, Yet Powerful

  1. Scott Howard says:

    Don, as we’ve talked both Face to Face, online, in Fort Wayne, Indy, and places in between, I too have learned a tremendous amount from you.

    As a natural introvert who pushes himself to be more outgoing, I have watched you make the steps and serve as a role model in my life too.

    • donkincaid says:

      Thanks Scott. I appreciate the thoughts. We will keep pushing each other to make a difference. Do you think our Indy friends have a bet on the day we actually arrive in the same car?

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  3. Thanks Don, You continue to challenge and push me at the same time. You’re also generous with your time – giving broadly (deep AND wide) to the community.

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